Todd Linden, MD, is a gastroenterologist based in New York City.
After trying every option, here’s what one woman chose to do.
Chelsea Freeman shares her story.
It’s crucial to manage UC, even if you’re not experiencing symptoms.
This option is a game-changer for those with severe UC.
Find out how inflammation in the colon shows up in tests.
Some foods may manage UC symptoms better than others.
Remission means no symptoms, not no treatment.
Some foods trigger ulcerative colitis flares, but no foods have been found to cause the disease itself.
Symptoms vary depending on where UC inflammation occurs.
Proper management of UC can help prevent these more serious problems.
The goal of treatment is to control inflammation and achieve and maintain remission.
They both fall under the inflammatory bowel disease umbrella.
About 900,000 Americans are affected by this inflammatory bowel disease.
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